Tag: Standards & Regulations
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Access to the Rules & Guidelines helps to identify new opportunities to leverage the ACH Network to meet customer’s needs, while maintaining a clear understanding of network requirements.
You know how annoying it is when you go to another country and discover you can’t plug anything in because the electric outlets are different?
The Business Payments Coalition and Accredited Standards Committee X9 are creating a new reference directory listing U.S. banks and service providers that offer payment and cash management products and/or implementation services related to ISO 20022.
ISO 20022 enables greater automation and straight-through processing, while reducing payments exceptions and risk. Nacha is leading efforts to promote ISO 20022 integration in the U.S. and helping stakeholders understand the benefits and implications for our industry.
After a day of filling cavities and fitting crowns, your dentist is entitled to be paid. The easiest way is to make the entire claims process electronic, but with so many dental practices being fairly small, they could sure use a hand.
Interim Board, consisting of 11 organizations representative of the diverse financial services industry, will guide strategic direction of the new member-led organization
HERNDON, Va., Dec.
The Payments Innovation Alliance will meet 6-7 June 2019 in Madrid, Spain. Online registration has closed. Please contact Jami Senter if you would like to register for this member meeting.
New membership organization rapidly delivers APIs and other financial services standards for widespread adoption and to accelerate innovation
HERNDON, Va., Sept.
Organizations Join Forces to Further Develop Standardized APIs and Other Standards for the Global Financial Services Industry
Paper explores the ISO 20022 landscape while combating myths about the global standard as it relates to payments
Designed to Help Financial Institutions and Other ACH Network Users Understand the Standard’s Implications for the Payments Industry